Secret Warriors Vol. 1: Secret Empire

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Secret Warriors Vol. 1: Secret Empire

Secret Warriors Vol Secret Empire A Secret Empire calls for Secret Warriors Captain America has been revealed to be an agent of Hydra and now he s coming for the Inhumans But S H I E L D Agent Daisy Johnson a k a Quake wants no part

  • Title: Secret Warriors Vol. 1: Secret Empire
  • Author: Matthew Rosenberg
  • ISBN: 9781302906924
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Secret Empire calls for Secret Warriors Captain America has been revealed to be an agent of Hydra and now he s coming for the Inhumans But S.H.I.E.L.D Agent Daisy Johnson, a.k.a Quake, wants no part of Hydra, and is heading underground Recruiting Ms Marvel, Moon Girl, Devil Dinosaur, Karnak and Inferno to her cause, she ll fight to set things right not just forA Secret Empire calls for Secret Warriors Captain America has been revealed to be an agent of Hydra and now he s coming for the Inhumans But S.H.I.E.L.D Agent Daisy Johnson, a.k.a Quake, wants no part of Hydra, and is heading underground Recruiting Ms Marvel, Moon Girl, Devil Dinosaur, Karnak and Inferno to her cause, she ll fight to set things right not just for the Inhumans, but for the entire country But can even Quake handle the seismic rifts between her own teammates It s one part coming of age story, one part spy thriller all action and all heart Don t miss the next and final generation of Inhumans as they take the Marvel Universe by storm COLLECTING SECRET WARRIORS 1 5

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    One thought on “Secret Warriors Vol. 1: Secret Empire

    1. Chad on said:

      This started off really strong. A bunch of Inhumans gather together to free the Inhumans and fight Hydra. The character interplay is fantastic. Rosenberg's dialogue is snappy. The problem is there's no story, no goal in mind other than let's eff up Hydra and Captain America for making us part of this stupid crossover. Rosenberg has obviously went to the Christopher Priest school of how to tell a story out of order. I'm okay with it because he actually gives us cues that these pages took place at [...]

    2. Paul on said:

      I enjoyed this one a heckuva lot more than I was expecting to. Instead of another boring Inhumans book, and one bogged down in Secret Empire crossover-ness at that, we got a pretty cool team-book with lots of action, quite a few chuckles and a great cast. I was about to say 'apart from Inferno' but then I realised I'd even enjoyed him for the first time in this book. I'm looking forward to seeing where this goes in the next volume.P.S. 'Crossover-ness' is too a word

    3. James DeSantis on said:

      Well this was a nice little surprise. I'll be honest sometimes I can't get to the smaller titles. Just between reading IMAGE, Oni, Dark Horse, Marvel, DC, and many more it's tough for me to read the smaller stuff of Marvel. Glad I did on this one. So this takes place during secret empire. Some Inhumans are kidnapped and taking to a prison. A couple of more famous inhumans start teaming up like Daisy (From the shield show) ms. Marvel, and Moon Girl. When the whole crew comes together they are on [...]

    4. Chris Lemmerman on said:

      [Read as single issues]Quake. Ms. Marvel. Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur. Karnak. Inferno. These Inhumans have a bone to pick with the Secret Empire, and they aren't about to go down lightly.Another Marvel event, another spin-off series. But this time, with a twist - I actually thought this one had a lot more potential.I started out with the first two or three issues of this really enjoying it; the character interplay was fun, the driving force behind the story was interesting, and I was curious [...]

    5. Brian Poole on said:

      Secret Warriors is one of the more interesting titles to come out of Marvel recently.Set against the backdrop of the divisive Secret Empire event, the action finds erstwhile S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Quake serving as the focal point attracting a loosely affiliated team of Inhumans, including Ms. Marvel, Karnak, Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur and Inferno. They embark on a dangerous cross-country mission to locate a young Inhuman who might be able to help them bring down Hydra. Along the way, the Warrior [...]

    6. J. on said:

      Daisy Johnson (Quake) forms a super team with Ms. Marvel, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Inferno, and Karnak. In the midst of Civil War II, the team's goal is to seek out an Inhuman who Karnak says will be capable of turning the tide and defeating Hydra Captain America's forces.When I first heard about this series, I thought it was going to focus more on the dynamic of masked heroes or vigilantes vs. powered government agents and the strengths and weaknesses (and I suppose moral arguments) for ea [...]

    7. Joshua Bertram on said:

      This is a promising start for the new Secret Warriors, a seriously great team of fun characters led by Quake. The tone is kind of zany, the pacing is quick, and the art in this book is seriously great. It runs concurrently to (and is part of) the whole Secret Empire saga, but it is self-contained enough that you could read this (which is basically a road trip story) on its own. it does feel like it fizzles out a bit in the end, unfortunately, but I would read more of this team of Quake, Karnak, [...]

    8. Adam Fisher on said:

      Another add-on story to the Secret Empire crossover. Wasn't really into anyone on this team, and the story seemed to jump around a bit. Just not really my thing.Recommend if anyone on the team is your fav, but otherwise, skip this one.

    9. Daniel Butcher on said:

      This is really the MCU Daisy bringing together a team of Inhumansis Daisy has to make hard choices but she has plenty to learn, which I love, as she has to be a team player not just a demanding leader.

    10. Sebastian Song on said:

      It's hard to go wrong with Ms Marvel and Moon Girl. The rest of the team maybe fillers but the results are pleasant and definitely something to follow.

    11. Roman Colombo on said:

      Surprisingly good. I'm really looking forward to reading more, especially with the villain that shows up at the end. The art is fantastic too.

    12. Amanda [Novel Addiction] on said:

      Interesting enough. Worth a read just for Ms. Marvel and Lunella

    13. Alex Sarll on said:

      Royals having taken most of the proper Inhumans into space, the remaining ones of any interest whatsoever (Ms Marvel, Moon Girl, Karnak) are left to deal with Hydra's takeover of the US. Sadly, they also get lumbered with another attempt to make Daisy from Agents of SHIELD happen, plus Inferno, who even the dialogue admits is a bootleg Human Torch. The bunch of them set off on a road trip to find an Inhuman whose powers will apparently save the day; he goes by the unfortunate name Leer, which ju [...]

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